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So why do so many people here dislike this book? I'm not much of a reader, but I saw this on a /lit/-core image and thought I'd give it a go, I'd heard about it elsewhere anyway.
It's not perfect or anything, the third act isn't as good as the first two, and whilst that speech was written well, it was amazingly long. A bit less philosophical dialogue and more realistic dialogue would've been great.
On the other hand though, the story was really interesting and it's take on a dystopian setting seems somewhat unique. I would like to know what people don't like about the book, I've looked up some reviews but they all seem to attack the philosophy rather than the actual book.
As a side request, does anyone know who the pic related is meant to be? I presume it's James Taggert, but I'd like to be sure.
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>Generic Literary Press is open to submissions from women, trans men, and gender-nonconforming people.
>White male authors will be represented, but in a much smaller percentage than ever before. If you truly feel strongly about the work of a white male author, please indicate so in your email.
Why is every single publisher and writer today a liberal when every great writer from the canon is an white male? Are there any conservative small presses left?
>We want feminism.
>We want LGBTQQIP2SAA.
>We want POC.
>We want to support the underrepresented, underprivileged, marginalized, & oppressed.
I'm looking for pubs and constantly encounter these bullshit submission forms. Publishers should have a minimum income requirement. Pic related. I'm a poor white whale.